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Daisy hill downhill race

Event Details

Daisy hill downhill race

Time: April 10, 2012 all day
Location: Lynette Way, Daisy Hill, Queensland
Street: Lynette Way, Daisy Hill, Queensland
City/Town: Daisy Hill
Event Type: downhill, race
Organized By: Harrison Cottrell
Latest Activity: Apr 8, 2012

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Event Description

Fun downhill race on an awsome little track which will be maxing out at possibly 80 is ur drafting. $5 entry prize pool will be prizes fo 1st 2nd 3rd.

FIRST THING TO NOTE IS SAFETY FIRST! NO HELMET (fullface reccomended) OR GLOVES THEN NO SKATE! Also highly recommend knee pads, 

There will be 4 man heats, last person gets knocked out.

categories
-groms (under 15)
-opens
-womens

This is a very fun hill, little bit fast, ill post vid of it on weekend. nice places to set up. very quiet hill some fun racing is ahead.

there will be a $5 dollar entry fee, winner of each category gets 50% of money from that ceategory and 2nd and 3rd share 25% each. 

My parents resturaunt will supply some soft drinks for $1 each and water at minimal cost. with profit from this there will be a best stack prize and a little extra thrown into each of the prize money.

Myself, Jaik, Alec & Tim Scott will be sorting things out on the day.

message myself (harry Cottrell) for any questions


Just some things to note for the event -

1. We will not start with cars on track, if a car is coming up whilst a heat is in progress  the cars will be held up

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Comment by justin keys on April 7, 2012 at 19:57

ok well hopefully it turns out,post a viddy of the hill


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Comment by Jacko on April 7, 2012 at 10:26

"1. No traffic will be held up, we stop for the cars"

have you run races before? you need to get these things clear first. in your event description your telling people that races will have to stop if a car is on the track as you will not be stopping them, now your saying you will stop traffic...

im not going to be racing this event but i am concerned for those who would attend! you might find that some people would be concerned for their safety when an event organizer is unsure weather they are going to be stopping traffic or not, or even if they know how to do so properly 

Comment by Harrison Cottrell on April 7, 2012 at 7:53

yes, we wil have to stop traffic, but as far as starting when a car is coming up? no we wait for them, we will have to stop traffic when a race has already started but there is almost no traffic there anyway.

Comment by justin keys on April 6, 2012 at 10:04

yea im agreeing with jacko???,whats the go with the traffic??

 


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Comment by Jacko on April 3, 2012 at 8:49

"1. No traffic will be held up, we stop for the cars"


wow... i would not want to race this. your gonna put a lot of people in danger. u cant just stop a race heat mid-race if a car is coming up. people will be racing each other, going for it, and your going to let cars on the open track? chances are people might not be able to stop in time and could have a collision. otherwise the cops will get called for sure. running races on open roads needs at least some form of traffic control my friend!


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Comment by Jonny Hurn on April 3, 2012 at 0:17

Are you closing the road?

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